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|System Name||Desktop | Poweredge r410|
|Processor||i5 6500 4.5GHz@1.275V | 2 x E5620 @2.4GHz|
|Motherboard||ASRock Fatal1ty Gaming | Intel 5500|
|Memory||16GB DDR4 2400MHz | 32GB ECC DDR3|
|Video Card(s)||RX480 8GB |On-Board|
|Storage||250GB SSD + 512GB SSD|4x320GB|
|Display(s)||27" Dell + 2 x 24" LCD Setup|
|Case||Fractal Design Define Nano S|
|Software||Windows 10 | Server 2012 r2|
We all know that for the absolute best throughput of storage available to us today, it's in solid-state-drives. The problem with SSDs is cost and the limited storage capacity in comparison to the magnetic solutions. But upcoming solutions from Seagate and Toshiba may be able to come up with something in between.
SSD being expensive this sound like a nice idea.
Article at itnewsandtips.com